Biltmore Fashion Park Brings Back Movies in the Park Series

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What could be better than catching one your favorite classic films on the big screen while lying on the grass, enjoying the cool breeze, and noshing on good eats?

Biltmore Fashion Park brings back its annual Movies in the Park, starting Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m.

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The nine-week picnic-fest, which runs every Friday through April 26, begins with Casablanca and ends with From Russia with Love.

Moviegoers can bring their own movie-in-the-park necessities, including blankets, chairs, and movie grub.

In addition to being able to bring your own food and snacks, many of the restaurants provide to-go service so you can enjoy your meal in the grass.

See below for a complete list of films that will be shown:

March 1: Casablanca March 8: Some Kind of Wonderful March 15: Rebel Without a Cause March 22: Caddyshack March 29: Jaws April 5: Citizen Kane April 12: Pretty Woman April 19: Father of the Bride April 26: From Russia with Love

For more information, please check out the Biltmore Fashion Park's website.

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